translated from Spanish: Linchan and burn two suspected killers alive in Chiapas

Chiapas.- Residents of the village El Censo in the municipality of Ocosingo, Chiapas, decided to take justice by their hands lynching two suspected murderers who were released from prison until they were burned alive on the streets of the community. According to the report of the State Attorney General’s Office (FGE) of Chiapas, three subjects responding to the names of Antonio”N”, Francisco “N” and Manuel “N”, were arrested for alleged responsibility for the murder of a man in The Census.
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The three suspected persons involved were taken into the custody of the rural authority, however the inhabitants of the community of the municipality of Ocosingo went to the police station where they distracted the alleged killers.

Antonio and Francisco were severely beaten until they were tied to their feet and hands while they were on the street in front of a hundred people, sprayed with gasoline and then set on fire inside a school. The third person involved, Manuel “N”, was able to be rescued from lynching, after authorities went to the riot and helped the alleged killer. They kill men and lynch them
According to early versions, the three suspected assassins had visited Gregory “N”, a census resident who was killed at the hands of the three men, according to the testimony of a relative. After having a strong argument during the visit of the three men, on the night of December 4, he was killed and the subjects fled the site. The Prosecutor’s Office strongly condemned this regrettable fact and reiterated that no unlawful conduct will go unpunished. In such circumstances, the State Attorney General’s Office (FGE), through the Indigenous Justice Prosecutor’s Office, opened an investigative folder for violent events recorded in the village of El Censo, where three people died. The unit said a specialized group is part of the murder crime investigation folder, while it is about getting perpetrators to identify and bring them to justice. With EFE information.

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